Hood, MBBS, MPH, FACP, blames electronic medical records (EMRs) themselves for her difficulties in adopting this new technology. ... Hood. We eagerly pursue continuing medical education and take courses to perfect new procedural skills.
Rabinowitz, MD, a professor of family medicine at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. ... Pennsylvania's AHEC program includes education for younger members of the health professions pipeline.
Why doesn't medical education promote more of it? ... If the data are to be believed, however, medical education doesn't always promote empathy, despite all of the recognition of its importance.
Balfour, III, FACP, of San Diego looked on. Potential topics include reforming medical education to expose students to mentoring early in their education, changing Medicare payments to support the patient-centered ... medical home and care coordination,
Zoghbi, MD, FACP, of the American College of Cardiology. The comparative economic challenges of practice were discussed, but we spent the vast majority of our time discussing medical education, quality and ... attracting the “best and brightest”
In addition, participating physicians earn low-cost continuing education credits and are able to interact with colleagues with similar interests. ... Scott said. To solve the time issue, video conferences were scheduled during lunch and included an agenda
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2009/07/genomics.htm. The hospitalization of a relative sets a leader in genomic research musing about how far medical practice has advanced in treating a common ... It is time for all levels of medical education to
Some have to do with accredited continuing medical education (CME). Attending accredited CME programs and speaking at them as faculty are excluded from reporting, said Neil Kirschner, PhD, ACP's senior ... compensation for serving as faculty or as a
momentous leaps toward achieving post-COVID-19 innovations and advances in patient care, in medical education, and within the College. ... Through observing her, I am humbled by how the next generation is rising to the occasion to confront these new
At this point, about 20% of medical students have debt over $200,000. ... I think that the real place to start is not necessarily in those that are out there and earning, but to align from the GME [graduate medical education].